USA Air Design USA Gives Mustang Refreshing Look

SEMA Show Debut: Off-Road Kits for Ranger

Given the S650 generation Ford Mustang has just arrived in the hands of the public, quite a few aftermarket businesses have made its debut on the market, offering attractive body kits for this special muscle car. A California-based company, Air Design, recently shined a spotlight on a number of its parts for the Mustang, as well as authentic off-road components for the Ranger.

Let’s begin by looking at the iconic Mustang. Air Design presents a front lip spoiler, available for $325 and it can be coordinated with an air curtain set, priced at $175. Along the sides, proprietors can pick between a quarter window panel set for $399 and a quarter window scoop set at $369. The louver set should put forward a classic muscle car look, bringing back recollections of the quintessential Mustang Mach 1.

In the rear of the vehicle, you can find the rear applique for $495; along with a roof spoiler and a deck spoiler respectively priced at $369 and $389. Each part has a gentle influence, yet it should boost the dynamics of the car.

No augmentations in terms of performance were evident within the selection of merchandise. Nevertheless, those seeking a greater kick could take solace knowing that Ford Performance showcased their new 3.0-liter Whipple Supercharger kit at the SEMA Show. This will deliver up to 800 horsepower when combined with the Coyote V8 – corresponding to the most intense Mustang GTD model which is allowable on the highway.

Venturing over to the indomitable Ford Ranger, Air Design has a facia guard available for $649, also fender flares at a price of $659, a scoop hoop plus grill combination at $375, a door rocker panel set selling for $349 as well as a tailgate decal for the same amount. There is also a selection of more cost-effective alternatives including a tailgate spoiler for $249, cab spoiler for only $200 and a vent fender set for $189.

Prior to procuring the kits, obtaining either of the two automobiles is key. The entry-level rendition of the Mustang is priced at $30,920, and the Ranger begins at $32,565.

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